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Mamadou Touré
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Hi,

I read the abou the EJB programming restriction in the spec, and it's said :
"• The enterprise bean must not attempt to define a class in a package."
Does this mean we can't declare the bean class in a package as follow:

 
Christophe Verré
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Check this thread.
 
Mamadou Touré
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Bonjour Christophe,

I've read the link you suggested me, so does this me the following line should never be included in a bean class

package xyz;
 
James Joshy
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Mamadou Touré wrote:Bonjour Christophe,

I've read the link you suggested me, so does this me the following line should never be included in a bean class

package xyz;


Hi

Spec is talking about 'RUNTIME' not compile time.
 
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I've read the link you suggested me, so does this me the following line should never be included in a bean class
package xyz;

Putting a bean in a class is allowed. If it were not, that would be a big problem. If you check the link again, you'll see that "The enterprise bean must not attempt to define a class in a package" is about not using java.lang.ClassLoader's defineClass and definePackage methods.
 
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